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Here are the interviews from my YouTube channel, stripped of all distracting visuals. Topics range from the profound to the passé.

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The Boyce of Reason Benjamin Boyce

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 72 Ratings

Here are the interviews from my YouTube channel, stripped of all distracting visuals. Topics range from the profound to the passé.

Follow me on Twitter @BenjaminABoyce
Find my videos at www.youtube.com/c/benjaminaboyce

    319 | Bypassing Bias with Dr. Dina McMillan

    319 | Bypassing Bias with Dr. Dina McMillan

    Dr. Dina resources:  https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/unmasking-the-abuser-the-podcast/i 

    @DrDina1 on twitter  

    Tune in for more videos by the Dynamite Dr: https://www.youtube.com/user/drdina22 

    Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce 

    Follow me on twitter @BenjaminABoyce

    • 1 hr 6 min
    318 | The Woke Encroachment into Therapy, with Seerut Chawla

    318 | The Woke Encroachment into Therapy, with Seerut Chawla

    Find Seerut on Twitter: @seerutkchawla  

    And on Instagram: @seerutkchawla⁣  

    Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce  

    Follow me on twitter @BenjaminABoyce

    • 1 hr 5 min
    317 | First Principles First, with Jane Gatsby

    317 | First Principles First, with Jane Gatsby

    Find Jane all over: https://linktr.ee/janegatsby 

    Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce 

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    316 | Ethics & Aesthetics in Marketing & Design, with Christ Bintliff

    316 | Ethics & Aesthetics in Marketing & Design, with Christ Bintliff

    Head over to Chris' channel, Not Really Rocket Science : https://www.youtube.com/c/notreallyrocketscience 

    Follow him on Twitter @chrisbintliff  

    Learn more about his work at https://www.notreallyrocketscience.com 

    Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce

    • 1 hr 2 min
    315 | The Life & Thoughts of an Online Sex Worker, with Aella

    315 | The Life & Thoughts of an Online Sex Worker, with Aella

    Aella's media: https://linktr.ee/aellagirl

    Recommended reading: https://linktr.ee/aellagirl

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    • 58 min
    314 | Criminal Therapies: Gender Conversion in Canada, with Drs Debra Soh & James Cantor

    314 | Criminal Therapies: Gender Conversion in Canada, with Drs Debra Soh & James Cantor

    Canadians can file a brief regarding Bill C-6 here: https://tinyurl.com/y38ten7k  

    Dr. Soh's book "The End of Gender": https://www.amazon.com/dp/1982132515  

    Additional resources: https://www.drdebrasoh.com  

    Dr. Cantor's blog: http://www.sexologytoday.org/2020/10/bill-c-6.html  

    Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce  

    Follow us on twitter: @DrDebraSoh @JamesCantorPhD @BenjaminABoyce

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

AokiGolf ,

2 for 1

Loved the show with Abigail Shrier and Dr Debra Soh. I think The Boyce of Reason kicks butt. No other show is as thoughtful. Benjamin is a great podcaster. Hopefully he will get Joe Rogan money soon😊

Gazaleh..... ,

Life After a Hate Group Review

Listened to this episode, and giving 3 stars because it is important to point out that rhetoric from both left and right-leaning folks is frequently biased and polarizing. I have seen this first hand, as I have some friends and family knee-deep in these identity politics on both sides. It takes a mature mind to reach beyond these lines, to listen to and read information that conflicts with one’s beliefs, and even more mature is to accept that one may have more growing and learning to do. I decline to give 2 more stars because I find the guest’s maturity to lack being at this level. There are a few reasons why.
He mentioned conversations on college campuses about “anti-in the blank,” and forums which contain anti-white male speech. I do not agree with degrading anyone for who they are - no one has been able to pick their parents. That is true for every person on this planet, who ever was, and will be. Yet, I would like to ask the guest, who is a former violent racist, why he spent most of the interview in judgment of those who oppose racism, because he had a oneness moment, he is studying Buddhism now, and seems to imply that we should all just get along and forget about our differences. This would be great of course, but that is not the reality we live in.
I understand the guest not wanting to be “anti-fill in the blank.” I get it, we are all one. This line of thinking creates division. Also, we are not treated as all one in society. Our country (USA) has a lot of reckoning to do with all sorts of inequalities. They are measurable with data. They have been studied, written about on scholarly levels, and prevent this oneness from achieving fruitfulness. While I completely disagree with liberals bashing the white man when that happens, I do agree with coming to terms with the reality we live in. Frankly, the conversations being had on college campuses need to be had (as long as it doesn’t devolve into demonizing “the other”). What it sounds like to me is that the guest finds it inconvenient to hear some of these realities. It can be hard to come to grips with some of this stuff. By “stuff,” I mean the real problems people face on a daily basis due to their perceived status in this country. It takes a strong mind and sense of humility to hear it. I do not think the guest displays this strong mind or humility. Instead, he complains about those tough conversations being had, and seems to mentally throw up his hands in the air and say, “well why can’t everybody just get along? I found peace, why can’t you?” I find it intellectually flaccid. That is why I give this episode 3 stars.

cne7blu ,

Outstanding!

Saving minds with intelligent conversation & information, thank you Mr. Boyce.

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